Philippe Frère's practice is mainly devoted to administrative litigation, labour law and professional law.
Over the years, he has gained solid experience in all areas of labour law, including collective agreement negotiations and labour litigation in the private and public sectors.
Mr. Frère has also extensive knowledge of pharmacy law, including federal and provincial laws and regulations pertaining the drugs marketing and distribution, provincial Formularies, private and public drug insurance coverage and regulatory affairs. He has represented and advised numerous drug manufacturers and distributors in complex litigations and regulatory matters.
He also acts on a regular basis as legal counsel to a number of private and public clients, including professional orders and matters related to administrative litigation, legislative drafting, constitutional law, judicial review and injunctions.
He has pleaded before numerous administrative tribunals, judicial courts in Québec, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada.
- Canadian Bar Association
- Université de Montréal, LL.B., 1983
- Member of Quebec Bar since 1984
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